For some renters, being evicted is a death sentence

As a homelessness crisis escalates around the country, there’s one jurisdiction where the situation is particularly stark. 
In the wealthiest state in Australia, more than 120 people have died on the streets in the past two years. 
And while the causes of homelessness are complex, there’s no doubt Western Australia’s tenancy laws are making things worse: especially when it comes to “no grounds” rental evictions. 
Today, writer and campaigner Jesse Noakes on the deadly consequences of evictions, and the new push to protect renters. 
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Guest: Journalist, Jesse Noakes.